Sean Mcnamara

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Sheep farmers protest in Athleague. Photograph: ICSA

Sheep farmers have said they will resume pickets at meat factories if they continue to receive below the cost of production for spring lambs. A prot(...)

12 Merrion Square was sold for €2,850,000 – well ahead of the guide price of €1,950,000.

Property agents CBRE have sold two Georgian office buildings used as serviced offices in Dublin’s inner city at the request of receivers Sean McNamara(...)

Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Liza Kavanagh is an example of how having a qualification is no guarantee against low pay. She has a master’s degree in archaeological science and wor(...)

HCJV is a property company linked to one of the country’s biggest Super Valu franchisees. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/Irish Times

Mark Paul, Business Affairs CorrespondentReceivers have taken control of the HCJV, a property company linked to the Caulfield McCarthy retail group, o(...)

Former Independent News & Media executive Frank Mulrennan, now the chief executive of Celtic Media Group, said: “We are delighted that a newspaper with a publishing tradition back to 1828 will now be joining our company.”

The Connaught Telegraph newspaper, based in Castlebar, Co Mayo, and one of Ireland’s oldest newspapers, has been bought out of liquidation by the Celt(...)

The Connaught Telegraph has gone into voluntary liquidation

  One of the last family-owned newspapers in Ireland, the Connaught Telegraph, has gone into voluntary liquidation. The weekly Cast(...)

43-49 Mespil Road: The 30-year-old block is currently occupied by the OPW, which pays €1.66m annual rent

Davy Property Investments has upstaged investors Kennedy Wilson and developer Johnny Ronan by purchasing a strategically located office investment at (...)

43-49 Mespil Road, Burlington Road: 30-year-old office building with 3,961sq m (42,639sq ft) of space and 21 basement car-parking spaces

Another office investment held by the defunct developer Treasury Holdings goes on the market today at the junction of Mespil Road and Burlington Road (...)

Mountjoy Square, Dublin. Earlier this week, a bank-appointed receiver over 31 Mountjoy Square East, where a party was supposed to take place, had asked the High Court for an injunction preventing the event from going ahead. Photograph: Alan Betson

A weekend-long “squat party” advertised on Facebook for a Dublin city centre property this weekend may still go ahead, despite the High Court being to(...)